Samsung Galaxy Note 2 could be launched in September

Earlier this month, we heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (which, of course, is far from being officially confirmed) was scheduled to be released in October this year.

Now, GSM Arena is reporting that, according to an unnamed “insider”, the next-generation Note could be launched a bit earlier, namely in September. Samsung may want to do this in order to have the new Note on shelves before Apple intros its iPhone 5.

It’s said that the Galaxy Note 2 indeed sports a 5.5 inch display (possibly with a 1680 x 1050 pixel resolution), as previously rumored. Other features should include: dual-core Exynos 5250 processor, 1.5GB of RAM, LTE connectivity, and an 8MP rear camera. The new device seemingly borrows some design elements from the Galaxy S III, an might end up looking like this (that’s just a mock-up, of course):

The 5.3 inch Galaxy Note has been sold in more than 7 million units since launch (October 2011), so the next model is bound to be successful, too.

Author: Florin

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  • j-nickel

    im drewling over it right now im getting this bad boy had a an upgrade since may and been holding out on sprint so if sprint does not get it im porting my number out to whoever does except verizon.

  • http://www.reviewsexpert.net/ Reviews Expert

    how about a battery test of Galaxy Note 2?

  • Sheldon

    Ditto

  • Jinn

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    iPhone 5 vs Samsung Note 2

    Smaller screen, less RAM, less cores, slower cores, no pressure sensitive stylus, no microSD support, non-removable battery and none of the S-features like Smart-stay, Direct Call, Smart Alert, S-beam, S-memo, Formula Match, etc.

    I Fail to see anything revolutionary in the iPhone 5.

    At best, the iPhone 5 will just be ordinary with the current rumoured specs.

    The Apple team got to really pull up their socks and come up with something truly extraordinary if they want to make a dent to the sales volume of the Note 2 this coming end of the year holiday season.

    iPhone is quickly becoming irrelevant.

    This is clear as Apple have to rely iPhone 5 vs Samsung Note 2

    Smaller screen, less RAM, less cores, slower cores, no pressure sensitive stylus, no microSD support, non-removable battery and none of the S-features like Smart-stay, Direct Call, Smart Alert, S-beam, S-memo, Formula Match, etc.

    I Fail to see anything revolutionary in the iPhone 5.

    At best, the iPhone 5 will just be ordinary with the current rumoured specs.

    The Apple team got to really pull up their socks and come up with something truly extraordinary if they want to make a dent to the sales volume of the Note 2 this coming end of the year holiday season.

    Otherwise iPhone will quickly become irrelevant.

    This is clear as Apple have to rely more and more on injunctions, not innovations to compete with the likes of Galaxy S3, Tab and the Note 2.

    If the injunctions fails to stop the sales, Apple can always borrow Elop from Microsoft and send him to Seoul to be the next Samsung CEO.

    Maybe, just maybe the Koreans won’t notice where he’s been and done…he he he !more and more on injunctions, not innovations to compete with the likes of Galaxy S3, Tab and the Note 2.

    If the injunctions fails to stop the sales, Apple can always borrow Elop from Microsoft and send him to Seoul to be the next Samsung CEO.

    Maybe, just maybe the Koreans won’t notice where he’s been and done…he he he !